History WesternAnimation / YogiBear

8th Feb '16 2:34:05 AM TitoMosquito
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* RandomEventsPlot: ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'' begins with the bears waking up from hibernation with Yogi beginning his usual picnic basket-stealing routine. The entire movie starts to kick in when Yogi had enough of Ranger Smith bossing him around, so he demands him to lift the rules or he wishes to be transferred out of the park. So Ranger Smith sends to the San Diego Zoo after getting a call from them asking for a bear. Yogi tricks another bear in his place and hid for a while, unbeknownst to Boo-Boo and Cindy, leading the latter to have herself transferred out to be with him. Unfortunately, she's being sent to the St. Louis Zoo instead. She gets lost in the way and captured by crooked circus owners. Yogi comes out of hiding when he finds out about Cindy's disappearance, so he and Boo-Boo go off to find her. After rescuing her the three try to journey back to Jellystone, only to end up in the city, where Ranger Smith finds out from the news and brings them home.
8th Feb '16 2:31:46 AM TitoMosquito
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: The plot of the ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'' film is kicked off thanks to this, with Yogi attempting to bluff Ranger Smith into thinking he's willing to leave the park and get transferred to the zoo unless he bends the "Do Not Feed the Bears" rules. The Ranger calls it and prepares to have him shipped to San Diego, which leads to a chain of events that ultimately end up with Cindy Bear trapped in a circus forced to perform for a cruel ringmaster and Yogi and Boo-Boo having to go and save her and then find their way back home.
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: The plot of the ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'' film is kicked off thanks to this, with Yogi attempting to bluff Ranger Smith into thinking he's willing to leave the park and get transferred to the zoo unless he bends the "Do Not Feed the Bears" rules. The Ranger calls it and prepares to have him shipped to San Diego, which leads to a [[RandomEventsPlot chain of events events]] that ultimately end up with Cindy Bear trapped in a circus forced to perform for a cruel ringmaster and Yogi and Boo-Boo having to go and save her and then find their way back home.

* RandomEventsPlot: ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'' begins with the bears waking up from hibernation with Yogi beginning his usual picnic basket-stealing routine. The entire movie starts to kick in when Yogi had enough of Ranger Smith bossing him around, so he demands him to lift the rules or he wishes to be transferred out of the park. So Ranger Smith sends to the San Diego Zoo after getting a call from them asking for a bear. Yogi tricks another bear in his place and hid for a while, unbeknownst to Boo-Boo and Cindy, leading the latter to have herself transferred out to be with him. Unfortunately, she's being sent to the St. Louis Zoo instead. She gets lost in the way and captured by crooked circus owners. Yogi comes out of hiding when he finds out about Cindy's disappearance, so he and Boo-Boo go off to find her. After rescuing her the three try to journey back to Jellystone, only to end up in the city, where Ranger Smith finds out from the news and brings them home.

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* RandomEventsPlot: RunningGag: In ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'' begins with the bears waking up Bear!'', people keep running away from hibernation with Yogi beginning his usual picnic basket-stealing routine. The entire movie starts to kick in when Yogi had enough of Ranger Smith bossing him around, so he demands him to lift the rules or he wishes to be transferred out sight of the park. So Ranger Smith sends to the San Diego Zoo after getting a call from them asking for a bear. Yogi tricks another bear in his place and hid for a while, unbeknownst to Yogi, Boo-Boo and Cindy, leading the latter to have herself transferred out to be with him. Unfortunately, she's being sent to the St. Louis Zoo instead. She gets lost in the way and captured by crooked circus owners. Yogi comes out of hiding when he finds out about Cindy's disappearance, so he and Boo-Boo go off to find her. After rescuing her the three try to journey back to Jellystone, only to end up in the city, where Ranger Smith finds out from the news and brings them home.Cindy.
8th Feb '16 2:17:02 AM TitoMosquito
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* SayMyName: In ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'', Boo-Boo calls out Cindy's name as he tries to tell her she's being sent to another zoo instead of the one Yogi is supposedly sent to.
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* SayMyName: In ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'', Boo-Boo calls out Cindy's name as he tries to tell her she's being sent to another zoo instead of the one San Diego where Yogi is supposedly sent to.at. -->'''Boo-Boo:''' Cindy! Yogi isn't in St. Louis! CINDY! ''CIIIIIIINDYYY!!''
8th Feb '16 1:51:18 AM TitoMosquito
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* MinimalistCast: Aside from a few campers, tourists and forest animals, the only characters we see in the Jellystone Park are Yogi, Bobo, Cindy, and Ranger Smith. And Ranger Smith appears to be the only ranger working at Jellystone Park. Though ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'' shows two other rangers.

* RandomEventsPlot: ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'' begins with the bears waking up from hibernation with Yogi beginning his usual picnic basket-stealing routine. The entire movie starts to kick in when Yogi had enough of Ranger Smith bossing him around, so he demands him to lift the rules or he wishes to be transferred out of the park. So Ranger Smith sends to the San Diego Zoo after getting a call from them asking for a bear. Yogi tricks another bear in his place and hid for a while, unbeknownst to Boo-Boo and Cindy, leading the latter to have herself transferred out to be with him. Unfortunately, she's being sent to the St. Louis Zoo instead. She gets lost in the way and captured by crooked circus owners. Yogi comes out of hiding when he finds out about Cindy's disappearance, so he and Boo-Boo go off to find her. After rescuing her the three try to journey back to Jellystone, only to end up in the city, where Ranger Smith finds out from the news and brings them home.

* SayMyName: In ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'', Boo-Boo calls out Cindy's name as he tries to tell her she's being sent to another zoo instead of the one Yogi is supposedly sent to. * SceneryPorn: Jellystone Park in ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!''.

* ThreeShorts: Traditionally the opener on WesternAnimation/TheHuckleberryHoundShow. Then became the opener of his own show.
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* ThreeShorts: Traditionally the opener on WesternAnimation/TheHuckleberryHoundShow.''WesternAnimation/TheHuckleberryHoundShow''. Then became the opener of his own show.
4th Feb '16 11:29:28 AM eroock
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* CallOfTheWildBlueYonder: One episode featured Yogi helping a baby eagle who couldn't fly. After many attempts, the young eagle finally succeeds when he saves Yogi.
20th Jan '16 6:36:03 PM Homemaderat
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Cindy Bear was blue furred in the original shorts, though became light brown in later interpretations (par John Kricfalusi's shorts). Ranger Smith's uniform also changes color throughout the early series (also parodied in the Spumco shorts) while Yogi's original design had light colored highlight around his eyes (again, used in the Spumco shorts). * ADayInTheLimelight: Ranger Smith was billed the star character for two cartoon shorts created by John Kricfalusi in the late 1990s, though the second one focuses more on Boo Boo.
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Cindy Bear was blue furred in the original shorts, though became light brown in later interpretations (par John Kricfalusi's shorts). interpretations. Ranger Smith's uniform also changes color throughout the early series (also parodied in the Spumco shorts) while Yogi's original design had light colored highlight around his eyes (again, used in the Spumco shorts). * ADayInTheLimelight: Ranger Smith was billed the star character for two cartoon shorts created by John Kricfalusi in the late 1990s, though the second one focuses more on Boo Boo.eyes.

* AnimationBump: ''The New Yogi Bear Show'' is a bit more fluid than the original 1960s episodes. And let's not go through the John Kricfalusi cartoons...
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* AnimationBump: ''The New Yogi Bear Show'' is a bit more fluid than the original 1960s episodes. And let's not go through the John Kricfalusi cartoons...

* BatmanGambit: Ranger Smith tried enforcing rules in Jellystone Park in order to reduce Yogi to a feral state. It backfired when Boo Boo did this instead.

** As if that weren't enough, though, his appearance on ''Yogi's Gang'' gave him blond hair. ** This is parodied in a sequence from "A Day in the Life of Ranger Smith", where Smith suffers an ArtShift every time he passes by a tree, from prior Ranger Smith models to the more John Kricfalusi-esque designs (John K directed this cartoon, after all), accompanied with increasingly bizarre walk cycles in LimitedAnimation. ** Yogi himself had his mussel fur expanded around his eyes initially (this design was also revived in the Spumco series; John Kricfalusi stated his fondness of it). ** Cindy Bear was also initially just a female Yogi with a dress and blue fur before being redesigned to look more feminine. The Spumco shorts use her later design but reuse her blue fur. * DerangedAnimation: Naturally, the Spumco shorts have their usual trademark style. ''Boo-Boo Runs Wild'' stands out in particular.
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** As if that weren't enough, though, his appearance on ''Yogi's Gang'' gave him blond hair. ** This is parodied in a sequence from "A Day in the Life of Ranger Smith", where Smith suffers an ArtShift every time hair. Although he passes by a tree, from prior Ranger Smith models to the more John Kricfalusi-esque designs (John K directed this cartoon, after all), accompanied with increasingly bizarre walk cycles in LimitedAnimation. could have dyed it. ** Yogi himself had his mussel fur expanded around his eyes initially (this design was also revived in the Spumco series; John Kricfalusi stated his fondness of it). initially. ** Cindy Bear was also initially just a female Yogi with a dress and blue fur before being redesigned to look more feminine. The Spumco shorts use her later design but reuse her blue fur.\n* DerangedAnimation: Naturally, the Spumco shorts have their usual trademark style. ''Boo-Boo Runs Wild'' stands out in particular.

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** As if that On a more plot basis, several older Yogi shorts feature him trying to escape Jellystone Park, or episodes where he and Boo Boo aren't even in Jellystone Park. The particulars weren't enough, though, his appearance on ''Yogi's Gang'' gave him blond hair. ** This is parodied fully hammered in a sequence from "A Day in until the Life of Ranger Smith", where Smith suffers an ArtShift every time he passes by a tree, from prior Ranger Smith models to the more John Kricfalusi-esque designs (John K directed this cartoon, after all), accompanied with increasingly bizarre walk cycles in LimitedAnimation. ** Yogi himself had his mussel fur expanded around his eyes initially (this design was also revived in the Spumco series; John Kricfalusi stated his fondness of it). ** Cindy Bear was also initially just a female Yogi with a dress and blue fur before being redesigned to look more feminine. The Spumco shorts use her later design but reuse her blue fur. * DerangedAnimation: Naturally, the Spumco shorts have their usual trademark style. ''Boo-Boo Runs Wild'' stands out in particular.spinoff.
14th Jan '16 11:35:58 AM Homemaderat
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The character was popular enough to headline his own series in 1961. Supporting segments on ''The Yogi Bear Show'' featured WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}} and WesternAnimation/Yakky Doodle. In 1964, Hanna-Barbera released its first animated feature, ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'', through Creator/ColumbiaPictures. In the 1970s and 1980s, Yogi and his contemporaries appeared in several [=Crossover=] series. There were also a few prime-time specials, the best-remembered of which is probably the TV movie ''WesternAnimation/YogisFirstChristmas''.
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The character was popular enough to headline his own series in 1961. Supporting segments on ''The Yogi Bear Show'' featured WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}} and WesternAnimation/Yakky Doodle.WesternAnimation/YakkyDoodle. In 1964, Hanna-Barbera released its first animated feature, ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'', through Creator/ColumbiaPictures. In the 1970s and 1980s, Yogi and his contemporaries appeared in several [=Crossover=] series. There were also a few prime-time specials, the best-remembered of which is probably the TV movie ''WesternAnimation/YogisFirstChristmas''.
14th Jan '16 11:34:35 AM Homemaderat
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The character was popular enough to headline his own series in 1961. Supporting segments on ''The Yogi Bear Show'' featured WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}} and Yakky Doodle. In 1964, Hanna-Barbera released its first animated feature, ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'', through Creator/ColumbiaPictures. In the 1970s and 1980s, Yogi and his contemporaries appeared in several [=Crossover=] series. There were also a few prime-time specials, the best-remembered of which is probably the TV movie ''WesternAnimation/YogisFirstChristmas''.
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The character was popular enough to headline his own series in 1961. Supporting segments on ''The Yogi Bear Show'' featured WesternAnimation/{{Snagglepuss}} and Yakky WesternAnimation/Yakky Doodle. In 1964, Hanna-Barbera released its first animated feature, ''Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!'', through Creator/ColumbiaPictures. In the 1970s and 1980s, Yogi and his contemporaries appeared in several [=Crossover=] series. There were also a few prime-time specials, the best-remembered of which is probably the TV movie ''WesternAnimation/YogisFirstChristmas''.
14th Jan '16 11:19:56 AM Homemaderat
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* ThreeShorts: Traditionally the opener on WesternAnimation/TheHuckleberryHoundShow. Then became the opener of his own show.
14th Jan '16 11:00:26 AM Homemaderat
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* CampGay: Snagglepuss. ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' runs with this character interpretation.

** If the other segments count, there's Snagglepuss' famous "Exit, stage right" (or whatever direction it was) and "heavens to Murgatroyd"

* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Yogi's voice was based on Art Carney's character on ''TheHoneymooners''; further, Yogi Bear's offbeat philosophy (and name) was allegedly meant to remind people of baseball star Yogi Berra (William Hanna and Joseph Barbera denied it). Snagglepuss' voice was based on Bert Lahr, who played the Cowardly Lion in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''.
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Yogi's voice was based on Art Carney's character on ''TheHoneymooners''; further, Yogi Bear's offbeat philosophy (and name) was allegedly meant to remind people of baseball star Yogi Berra (William Hanna and Joseph Barbera denied it). Snagglepuss' voice was based on Bert Lahr, who played the Cowardly Lion in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''.

* TakeThat: From ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'', "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNX0gQvvNC0 Calhoun Q. Capybara]]".
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